But then I can't tab to a specific point / width and then go back one single space. I would have to make less \t-characters / remove one \t and then insert the remaining spaces.
Is it possible to remove one space using backspace but delete up to the previous tab-stop with another key-binding?
I just noticed, that tab-stops only work for the beginning of a line.
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$a = 1;
$abcd = 2;
If I use tab to indent the "="-characters to the same column, there is no tab-stop in front of the "=".